Feb. 26, 2016 Budget

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Capital News Service Budget – Week 6
Feb. 26, 2016
To: CNS Editors
From: Eric Freedman, Perry Parks and Andi Brancato
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MICHIGAN JOURNALISM HALL OF FAME: Four journalists will be inducted into the Hall of Fame at an April 17 ceremony. They are Lou Mleczko, a retired Detroit News reporter and former long-time president of the Newspaper Guild’s Local 22 in Detroit; travel writer and author Dixie Franklin; Detroit Free Press sports photographer Julian Gonzalez; and Free Press columnist Rochelle Riley.
Here’s your file:
FORESTHEALTH: A new DNR report warns of more perils for Michigan’s forests, including invasive species with adverse environmental and economic impacts. We hear from Michigan Tech forestry experts, DNR and a member of the Michigan Association of Timbermen’s board of directors. By Joshua Bender. FOR MARQUETTE, SAULT STE. MARIE, HOLLAND, CHEBOYGAN, CADILLAC, LUDINGTON, MANISTEE, BIG RAPIDS, TRAVERSE CITY, PETOSKEY, CRAWFORD COUNTY, GLADWIN, ALCONA, MONTMORENCY, GREENVILLE, GRAND RAPIDS BUSINESS, HERALD STAR, LAKE COUNTY & ALL POINTS.
DOGDINING: Senators from Traverse City, Lawton and Portage want to give restaurants the option of letting customers bring their pet dogs to patios and other outdoor eating areas, arguing that the change would boost tourism. The Michigan Association for Local Public Health opposes the idea. By Jasmine Watts. FOR GRAND RAPIDS BUSINESS, TRAVERSE CITY, PETOSKEY, HARBOR SPRINGS, LEELANAU & ALL POINTS.
NORTHCOUNTRYTRAIL: The North Country Trail Association, headquartered in Lowell, is sponsoring a 100-mile hiking challenge this year to mark the National Park Service’s centennial. Hikers completing 100 cumulative miles on the 4,600-mile, seven-state North Country National Scenic Trail, which winds through both the Upper and Lower Peninsulas, will be rewarded with a commemorative patch. Early participants include hikers from Scottville and Marshall. By Kevin Duffy. FOR MARQUETTE, SAULT STE. MARIE, ST. IGNACE, CHEBOYGAN, HARBOR SPRINGS, PETOSKEY, TRAVERSE CITY, LEELANAU, MANISTEE, CADILLAC, LUDINGTON, LAKE COUNTY, BIG RAPIDS, GREENVILLE, HOLLAND, THREE RIVERS, STURGIS and ALL POINTS
        w/NORTHCOUNTRYTRAILPHOTO: Hikers receive this commemorative patch when they complete the 100-mile feat. Credit: North Country Trail Association.
VACCINATIONWAIVERS: More Michigan schoolchildren are getting vaccinated, thanks to a rule change that requires parents to seek a waiver from their local health department rather than from the school. Michigan had the nation’s sixth-highest waiver rate with more than 5 percent of kindergarteners not fully vaccinated in 2014. We talk to the Michigan Association for Local Public Health, a Traverse City schools official and Kent County’s director of community nursing. By Jasmine Watts. FOR GRAND RAPIDS BUSINESS, TRAVERSE CITY, GREENVILLE, LANSING CITY PULSE & ALL POINTS.
ABEAVERTALE: A beaver family reappeared near the Detroit River in 2008, more than 100 years after industrialization and a profitable fur trade wiped out the species in the area. Monroe author and illustrator Gerald Wykes tells the story of the beaver family’s astonishing return in his new book, “A Beaver Tale: The Castors of Conners Creek.” We chat with the author. By Amanda Proscia FOR ALL POINTS
w/ABEAVERTALECOVER: Credit: Wayne State University Press.
WOLF’SMOUTH: Little physical evidence remains of Camp Au Train near Munising and four other World War II POW camps in the UP. But Marquette novelist and retired Northern Michigan University Professor John Smolens captures what life was like at Au Train in his new book, ”Wolf’s Breath.” Other parts of the book are set in postwar Detroit and Sault Ste. Marie. For news and features sections. By Eric Freedman. FOR MARQUETTE, SAULT STE. MARIE, BAY MILLS, ST. IGNACE, CHEBOYGAN, CADILLAC, CRAWFORD COUNTY, GLADWIN, ALCONA, MONTMORENCY, LUDINGTON, MANISTEE, PETOSKEY, TRAVERSE CITY & ALL PIOINTS.
        w/WOLF’SMOUTHPHOTO: Book cover. Credit: Michigan State University Press.

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